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Nagra (National Cooperative for the Disposal of Radioactive Waste) is the Swiss technical competence centre in the field of deep geological disposal of radioactive waste.

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Deep borehole campaign: Nagra’s next borehole will be in Stadel instead of Eglisau

23.01.2020

Nagra completed the borehole in Bülach at the of 2019. Contrary to the original plan, however, the next borehole to be drilled in the Nördlich Lägern siting region will be the Stadel-3 borehole.

Nagra to drill in Eglisau

04.12.2019

The first deep borehole in Nördlich Lägern has been completed. Next year, it will be followed by the second borehole in the Nördlich Lägern siting region in the community of Eglisau.

“Results meet expectations”

28.11.2019

Nagra has completed its first deep borehole in Bülach (Nördlich Lägern siting region). First results meet expectations. The second borehole in Nördlich Lägern will be drilled in Eglisau.

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What exactly is radioactivity and how can we protect ourselves from it? (subtitles in english)

What exactly is radioactivity? How can we protect ourselves from radioactivity? We hear these questions very often at trade fairs or school events. Answers to this can be found in our new animated explanatory film on "radioactivity". Learn more about the different types and sources of radiation in three minutes.

More information on the disposal of radioactive waste can be found on our blog: www.nagra-blog.ch

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